Montenegro won all three games to finish three points clear of second-placed Georgia at the top of qualifying round Group 11, scoring nine goals into the bargain.
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• Montenegro score nine goals in winning all three matches
• Georgia recover from losing their first game to claim second place on six points
• Montenegro's Andjelo Rudović, Boris Cmiljanić, Nikola Vujnović and Oliver Šarkić all claim two goals
• Georgia beat both Cyprus and Romania 3-1
• Georgia midfielder Otari Kiteishvili is the section's top scorer with three goals
• Cyprus third on three points; Romania lose all three fixtures
Giorgi Devdariani, Georgia coach
My team deserved to play in the elite round. I still have regrets because of the mistakes against Montenegro. Even today, I made a mistake when I didn't substitute Luka Zarandia in time and he will now miss the first game of the next phase. However, before then Giorgi Tevzadze and Jemal Tabidze will join us and we will have a more balanced team.
Elite round draw: 3 December